Heart of a Toddler

Heart of a Toddler’s short essays help busy families thrive by creating more mindful & positive connections to children.

This joyful and life-affirming book demonstrates how ancient philosophies can be used in everyday life to inspire caretakers of young children who may be feeling frazzled, overwhelmed and lonely.

In each passage, author Megin Potter introduces a typical toddler behavior such as screaming, hitting or dawdling and then shows how a shift in perspective can transform it from a negative experience into a pleasant one.

By appreciating and emulating child behavior, you too can learn how to overcome unhelpful thoughts and by doing so reduce stress, depression and anxiety. Heart of a Toddler’s thought-provoking lessons can lead to a boost in your own energy and creativity while improving your health and family relationships.

Where to find it: Online

$14.95 Paperback/ $4.99 Kindle Edition  http://www.amazon.com/dp/1456520644 

CreateSpace eStore: https://www.createspace.com/3541699

Where to find it: Retail Locations

Dog Ate My Homework, 206 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 Phone: 518-792-0133

Red Fox Books, Ridge St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 Phone: 518-793-5352

Union Village Ltd., 79 Main St., Greenwich, NY 12834 Phone: 518-692-2034

Moseskill Marketplace, 120 Main St., Argyle, NY 12809 Phone: 518-638-6963

Lakeside Country Store, 703 County Route 49, Greenwich, NY 12834 Phone: 518-692-1195

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  1. Reading at Willow’s Bistro « Babysitting with Buddha - June 8, 2011

    […] Come see the calamity in action, this Thursday, June 9, 2011 7 p.m. at Willow’s Bistro 3749 Main St, Warrensburg as I read from my new book Heart of a Toddler: The Zen in Them: 51 Lessons Learned from a One-Year-Old on Enjoying Life. […]

  2. Zen in the Face of Aggression « Babysitting with Buddha - August 15, 2011

    […] struggles for words and I struggle to help him find a way around his urge to hit, I am reminded of Heart of a Toddler Lesson: 27 Hitting isn’t always meant to […]

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